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  • College roundup: Navy baseball team brings home Patriot League awards

    NAVY BASEBALL: The Midshipmen had a near sweep of the major Patriot League awards as announced by the conference office on Tuesday. Junior outfielder Sean Trent was selected as the Patriot League Player of the Year, junior left-handed pitcher Luke...
  • Wildcat women at home to open NCAA lacrosse tourney

    Wildcat women at home to open NCAA lacrosse tourney
    Despite a loss to Penn State in the semifinals of the Big Ten lacrosse tournament, the Northwestern women's lacrosse team got at least one home game in the 26-team NCAA lacrosse tournament. With the eight seed, Northwestern (12-6) drew Louisville (10-7)...
  • On The Air: Monday

    BASEBALL 6:30 p.m.: Harrisburg at Rock Cats. 1410 7 p.m.: Louisville at Clemson. ESPNU 7 p.m.: Tampa Bay Rays at Red Sox. NESN; Radio: 1080 7 p.m.: Yankees at Blue Jays. YES; Radio: 660, 97.9 8 p.m.: Cubs at Cardinals. ESPN BASKETBALL 7 p.m.:...
  • FSU, Clemson highlight NFL draft first round that affirms ACC's progress

    FSU, Clemson highlight NFL draft first round that affirms ACC's progress
    Florida State and Clemson headlined ACC football’s revival the past two seasons, and Thursday the Atlantic Division rivals led the conference’s parade of first-round NFL draft picks. Nine ACC players were selected, matching the Pacific 12...
  • Who will the Gators hire to replace Billy Donovan?

    Who will the Gators hire to replace Billy Donovan?
    The Florida Gators are now looking to replace a legend. Billy Donovan’s decision to become the next head coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder forces UF athletic director Jeremy Foley to hire a men’s basketball coach for the first time in...
  • NFL Mock Draft: The Beat Writers Play GM

    Of everyone who covers the NFL, it's the beat writers — those who follow a particular franchise on a daily basis — who know their respective teams best. With that in mind, here's one way the first round of Thursday's draft could unfold, with...
  • Women's lacrosse roundup: Terps beat Penn State, win inaugural Big Ten regular-season title

    Women's lacrosse roundup: Terps beat Penn State, win inaugural Big Ten regular-season title
    Top-ranked Maryland completed a perfect regular season in women's lacrosse Thursday night. Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) scored four goals and the host Terps (17-0, 5-0) won the Big Ten Conference regular-season championship in the first year of league...
  • Calvert Hall grad Damion Lee chooses Louisville over Maryland, others

    After a month of unabated good news, Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon finally got a jolt of reality Thursday when highly sought Drexel transfer Damion Lee (Calvert Hall) announced that he was going to Louisville. Lee informed Evan...
  • After 22 years off, Terps and Hoyas on schedule for next two

    Shortly after Mark Turgeon took over at Maryland in 2011, he called John Thompson III at Georgetown. Turgeon wanted the Terps to play the Hoyas for the first time in years, but knew it would be some time before his team would be on the same level as...
  • Dolphins hosting UCF receiver Breshad Perriman on Wednesday

    Dolphins hosting UCF receiver Breshad Perriman on Wednesday
    The Miami Dolphins have used the final week of visits with non-local draft prospects to being in a number of first-round candidates, which explains why Central Florida receiver Breshad Perriman is visiting the team's Davie facility on Wednesday....
  • Football recruiting notes: Phillips DE Amir Watts boards Western Michigan's 'boat'

    Football recruiting notes: Phillips DE Amir Watts boards Western Michigan's 'boat'
    Phillips junior defensive end Amir Watts' oral commitment to Western Michigan is firm, but he still has work to do on delivering coach P.J. Fleck's three-word motto. After answering a series of questions, Watts tried to end an interview with Fleck's...